9 Zombie Movies on Netflix in 2022 – Scary Zombie Films to Stream – Cosmopolitan

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Zombie movie marathon, anyone?
So…it’s no secret that the past few years have been less than ideal (aka a total dumpster fire). Maybe that’s why people love disaster films so much, ’cause it’s kinda reassuring to watch the whole world get destroyed without having to actually suffer any of the consequences yourself, ya know? And while pandemic movies hit a liiiiittle too close to home rn, you can’t go wrong with a good zombie flick. TBH, there aren’t a ton of zombie movies on Netflix at the moment, but we’ve got all the best titles rounded up for ya, and they’re well worth the watch.
From gritty survival dramas to terrifying apocalypse flicks, we’ve got a lil bit of everything to satisfy fans of The Walking Dead and All of Us Are Dead (or, really, anyone who’s into undead, flesh-eating corpses). These scary movies will also help get ya in the Halloween spirit for spooky szn, and if even one of these films leaves you thinking, “Huh, I guess things could definitely be a lot worse right now,” then we’d consider that a success. Ahead, all the best zombie flicks for your next undead movie marathon.
Set in Las Vegas, this wild heist film revolves around a group of mercenaries who decide to take advantage of the chaos amid a zombie outbreak by robbing a major casino.
And if ya loved Army of the Dead, then you’ve gotta watch the prequel, which takes place six years before the events of the original and follows safecracker Ludwig Dieter during the beginning stages of the zombie outbreak.
In this Korean thriller, a gamer finds himself struggling to survive amid a gruesome zombie apocalypse in Seoul. The only thing keeping him going: a mysterious fellow survivor living in the opposite apartment building.
This French-language Canadian flick takes place in small town Quebec, following the few survivors of a zombie outbreak as they attempt to escape…and remain unaffected. Oh, and it won the Toronto International Film Festival Award for Best Canadian Film in 2017, nbd.
Martin Freeman (who you def recognize from, like, everything) stars in this one as the father of an infant who—after he’s infected by a zombie pandemic—must wander rural Australia seeking a new caretaker for his baby girl.
This special movie-length episode of Netflix’s popular K-drama Kingdom serves as a prequel to the series, telling the story of Ashin, a former spy for the Joseon kingdom who’s introduced at the end of season two. Spoiler alert: Zombies are involved, and tbh, even if you’ve never seen Kingdom, it’s still a fun watch.
Set during the Spanish Civil War, Valley of the Dead follows a group of unlikely allies who find themselves having to work together after zombies (which have been deployed by Nazis as a means of biological warfare) attack their village.
A remake of the 1985 thriller Day of the Dead (which was also remade in 2008), this zombie apocalypse thriller revolves around a former medical student and her military boyfriend, who manage to survive a zombie attack and find themselves among a group of survivors searching for a cure. It’s soapy, it’s gory, and it’s wildly entertaining.
Okay, so this Italian horror flick is def not for the faint of heart. In it, a teen dies of an accidental drug overdose alongside her boyfriend…and even though she’s eventually resuscitated, she discovers that—in order to keep living—she must eat the flesh of others. Classic teenage stuff!!


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